A.I.S. Resources Limited

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A.I.S Resources Limited is a TSX-V listed investment issuer managed by an experienced, highly qualified team of professionals with a long track record of success in manganese and lithium resource exploration and production, and the capital markets. Through our extensive geological and business network, we have identified and are developing manganese ore and lithium projects – primarily located in Northern Peru and the Argentinian Lithium Triangle.
Website

https://aisresources.com

https://aisresources.com

Headquarters

2300, 1177 West Hastings Street Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 2K3

Public Issuance

1967

Shares Outstanding

81.10m

Corporate Filings

SEDAR

Stock Symbol

AIS:CA

location_on2300, 1177 West Hastings Street Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 2K3
 3 Reasons to invest
  1. Based on the considerable growth of electric vehicles and electronics markets worldwide, AIS expects demand for manganese and lithium to continue to increase.

  2. Lithium batteries have become a preferred power source for energy-hungry devices such as cell phones because they are more efficient and scalable than previous-generation nickel-metal hydride batteries thus they are in high demand in support of automobile and electronics manufacturing.

     

  3. Manganese is a transition metal, and an essential trace nutrient in all forms of life. The majority of manganese goes toward the production of steel.

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Manganese Projects in Peru



One of our two projects is located approximately 300 km north of Trujillo in the north, where the Salaverry Port will be used for shipping. Both high-grade manganese properties have excellent mine road access, good power and water supply, with one having paved roads just 3km from the project. The very pro-mining community is only 5 km from the mine and will be an excellent resource for local workers.

The El Zorro mine currently has a mining permit for 350 tonnes per day. In the near future AIS Resources will apply for permits to increase this tonnage. Five grab samples were taken from the three main bodies and the ICP analysis from Alex Stewart Labs in Lima, Peru indicated over 40% MnO.
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Guayatayoc Lithium Projects

Guayatayoc and Guayatayoc III are located in Jujuy Province along highway 11, 5 kilometres from the town of Abralaite in the Puna plateau. The property covers approximately 5,000 hectares of the Guayatayoc Salar which hosts favourable geology for lithium and boron, located adjacent to the El Aguillar mountain range, the source of lithium and boron. Previous exploration on the property has returned values between 200 ppm and 800 ppm of lithium. The magnesium to lithium ratios are less than 4 to 1, excellent for low cost processing. Ulexite is seen in outcroppings and in layers only 30 centimetres below the surface. A natural gas terminal is located on the roadside 16 kilometres from the concessions. The area is being actively mined for borates.

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Guayatayoc Lithium Projects

Guayatayoc and Guayatayoc III are located in Jujuy Province along highway 11, 5 kilometres from the town of Abralaite in the Puna plateau. The property covers approximately 5,000 hectares of the Guayatayoc Salar which hosts favourable geology for lithium and boron, located adjacent to the El Aguillar mountain range, the source of lithium and boron. Previous exploration on the property has returned values between 200 ppm and 800 ppm of lithium. The magnesium to lithium ratios are less than 4 to 1, excellent for low cost processing. Ulexite is seen in outcroppings and in layers only 30 centimetres below the surface. A natural gas terminal is located on the roadside 16 kilometres from the concessions. The area is being actively mined for borates.

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Guayatayoc Lithium Projects

Guayatayoc and Guayatayoc III are located in Jujuy Province along highway 11, 5 kilometres from the town of Abralaite in the Puna plateau. The property covers approximately 5,000 hectares of the Guayatayoc Salar which hosts favourable geology for lithium and boron, located adjacent to the El Aguillar mountain range, the source of lithium and boron. Previous exploration on the property has returned values between 200 ppm and 800 ppm of lithium. The magnesium to lithium ratios are less than 4 to 1, excellent for low cost processing. Ulexite is seen in outcroppings and in layers only 30 centimetres below the surface. A natural gas terminal is located on the roadside 16 kilometres from the concessions. The area is being actively mined for borates.

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